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  • Jokowi shrugs off FIFA threats
  • RI to keep import tax on Japanese automobiles
    Indonesia says it will maintain the current import tax imposed on Japanese cars, despite strong lobbying by the East Asian nation for a revision.
  • Police to question media mogul Dahlan on ‘fictional paddy fields’
    The National Police will interrogate media mogul Dahlan Iskan in his capacity as a former state-owned enterprises minister about a bogus develolopment project in Ketapang, West Kalimantan.
  • Bears, tigers roam North Sumatra villages
    Honey bears and Sumatran tigers have reportedly been rampaging and causing damage in human settlements around the Batang Gadis National Park (TNBG) in Mandailing Natal regency, North Sumatra.
  • Diet food business blossoms as market grows
    Healthy lifestyles have become more popular in Jakarta over the past years and, as demand increases, the number of healthy and diet food delivery services in Greater Jakarta is also growing.
  • Happy anniversary
  • Independent candidates racing against time
    With only a couple of weeks remaining before the kickoff of the initial stage of simultaneous regional head elections, individuals aspiring to run as independent candidates have stepped up efforts
  • Top KPK investigator blames police detective chief in court
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